The tradition of honoring our mothers is as old as the Scriptures.
A room bustling with town council members, business people, town police and meter checkers was the setting for a spirited parking debate on April 23 at the Town of Bath.
Local electricity customers began complaining about out-of-whack bills from Potomac Edison last month, and the complaints have amped up in recent weeks.
It’s reported in an early issue of the Potomac Edison News that local electricity service began when an Englishman, Mr. F.R. Reed, moved to Berkeley Springs from Greensburg, Pa. in the late 1890’s.
Major DHHR problems subject of audit
Berkeley Springs mine company U.S. Silica has been digging for sand in the community for over 100 years.
Several decades of inaction by state wildlife and dam safety officials have left the fate of Great Cacapon’s Powerhouse Dam in the hands of a fickle Mother Nature, and set the safety of sportsman on the river at a low priority.